Tormach on the Track

Things don’t get much cooler than vintage race cars, except when you are creating custom parts for vintage race cars. Sonoma, California-based Adam Silver uses his Tormach PCNC 1100 mill to make parts for vintage racers and “better than aftermarket” components for his own sporty Mazda Miata, which he uses to occasionally burn some rubber on the track.

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Precision Machining RC Engines at West Coast CNC

Jeff Slack runs West Coast CNC Products near his home in Cape Coral, Florida. A North Missouri transplant, Slack knows first-hand the Sunshine State is a tough place to make a living. “In Florida there are very few jobs, so you either work for less or create your own. And, often times you need to acquire a new skill in order to make that job.” For Slack, that skill was CNC machining.

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Quick Turnaround at Tundra Racing

Tom Watts, Owner and Founder of TundraRacing.com launched his career at the race track. As a Southeast distributor for BBS of America, Watts had a long history in motorsport wheels. His intimacy with the aftermarket industry helped him identify a need for a rear disc brake conversion kit for many Toyota applications.

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CNC on Cruise Control

From his Anaheim, California, machine shop, Tormach PCNC 1100 owner and motorcycle enthusiast Brian Carmichael manufactures OMNI-CRUISE, a universal throttle lock/cruise control that he designed to enhance the riding experience for motorcycle enthusiasts around the world.

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Machined Stainless Steel Steering Wheel Hub for Packard Hot Rod Made on Tormach PCNC 1100

Here's a really nice build sequence from PCNC 1100 owner Jeff Rasnake, detailing how he made a custom stainless steel steering wheel for a Packard Hot Rod. First, he modified the original wheel by opening up the center bore to fit on to a new steering column:

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PCNC in the Performance Racing Industry: Weekend Racer Turned Fabricator

Mechanical engineer by day, PCNC 1100 owner Vesa Silegren revs things up a bit on the weekends. Performance racing enthusiast and self-taught machinist, when Silegren isn’t out on the course in his Honda CRX, he’s back home in his Chattanooga, Tennessee based shop SV Technologies, LLC.

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